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Each nation of the world has its own unique story. "The History of Nations series tells these stories through the use of primary and secondary sources. Each anthology traces the history of a separate country from its earliest origins through all its birth pangs to its current status in the world. Invasions, revolutions, wars, and other social and political upheavals come to life in these fascinating volumes. The reader will witness the rise and fall of empires, the flowering of advanced cultures, and the havoc wreaked by natural and man-made cataclysms. The great accomplishments and villainous acts of leaders, heroic deeds of ordinary citizens, social progress and injustice, artistic and scientific advancements--all the violent as well as positive developments that comprise human history unfold in the pages of this engaging series. With its broad scope and essential features, "The History of Nations series is a useful resource for students of international history.
Publisher: San Diego : Greenhaven Press : Thomson/Gale, c2004
ISBN: 0737718501 (lib. : alk. paper)
073771851X (pbk. : alk. paper)
Branch Call Number: Y946 SPA
Characteristics: 271 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Stoff, Laurie


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